Published on November 4th, 2018 | by redaksjonen0
Winter camping in Norway
Many campsites in Norway are open all-year-round. Why not take a winter break and enjoy the peace and quiet of a Norwegian campsite in winter?
PlusCamp Sandvik is part of Gaupnetunet in Gaupne by Sognefjorden.
Winter is a quiet period, so if you like winter activities and not overcrowded campsites then PlusCamp Sandvik is the perfect starting point.
Book your holiday at Pluscamp Sandvik here
Øen Tourist Centre is situated in Geilo, a veritable winter wonderland.
Geilo offers countless activities in the winter. Cross country skiing trails start right outside the door, and there is a ski bus that takes you direct to one of the many ski lifts if you want to ski downhill, Telemark ski or snowboard.
Photo: Øen Tourist Centre
Fagernes Camping is situated in Fagernes by the Valdres Museum.
Fagernes in the winter offers numerous experiences. Here you can try dog-sledding, or go cross-country skiing, Alpine skiing or ice skating.
Photo: Thomas Ekstrøm
Sveastranda Camping is situated by Lake Mjøsa between Gjøvik, Hamar and Lillehammer, which hosted the Winter Olympics in 1994.
From Sveastranda Camping you can go walking or skiing nearby or visit the three “Mjøsa towns” with a myriad of things to do.
Photo: Mette Lunde Sveen
Evjua Strandpark is situated in Totenvika on the shore of Lake Mjøsa.
In winter, cross-country ski trails start at Evjua, from where you can take a long ski tour to the floodlit trails in Totenvika.
Photo: Mats Reinsby (+ top image)
The area around the campsite offers a broad variety of winter activities. There is the Valdres Alpine Centre if you like downhill skiing or snowboarding, as well as a large network of prepared cross-country ski trails.
Visit Aurdal this winter
Photo: Jan Erik Olsrud
Føllingstua Camping is situated by the Snåsavannet lake in Steinkjer.
In winter there is a floodlit cross-country skiing trail 5 minutes from the campsite – the ideal starting point for taking an easy cross-country ski tour through forest trails and rolling countryside.
Photo: Føllingstua Camping
Kviltorp Camping is situated by Fannefjorden near Molde.
There are many reasons for spending an extra night in Molde, such as its close proximity to the amazing Atlantic Highway, the enchanting Bud fishing village, winding Trollstigen and the fascinating Romsdal Museum.
Photo: Kåre Eide
Stranda Feriesenter is an all-year campsite in Stranda with cabins and apartments for rent.
Stranda Feriesenter is ideal for ski enthusiasts wanting low-cost accommodation just 6-7 minutes from northwest Norway’s most spectacular ski resort. All cabins and apartments are situated on Strandafjellet close to the slopes.
Photo: Stranda Feriesenter